[bdNOG] SANOG 34 call for presentations

Philip Smith philip at nsrc.org
Wed Apr 17 12:14:00 BDT 2019

SANOG 34 :­ Call For Papers

The following is an open call for presentations for the conference and
tutorial sessions for 34th South Asian Network Operators Group (SANOG)
Meeting being hosted from 31st July to 7th August 2019 in Colombo, Sri

Important dates regarding the Call for Papers:

Call For Papers Open:             Now
First Draft Programme Published:  24th June 2019
Deadline For Proposals:           15th July 2019
Final acceptance notification:    22nd July 2019
SANOG 34 Workshops:               31st July to 4th August 2019
SANOG 34 Conference:              5th & 6th August 2019
SANOG 34 Tutorials:               6th & 7th August 2019

Please submit Online at

Note: Any marketing, sales and vendor proprietary content in
presentation is against the spirit of SANOG and it is strictly

Conference Presentations: The conference will likely comprise 6
sessions over two days, including the Plenary, Lightning Talks and the
SANOG Peering Forum.  These are general sessions and you are invited
to propose talks that you think are relevant to the Internet
operational and research community.  The topics given below are not
exclusive.  Presentations are expected to be no more than 25 minutes
long and with suitable technical content.

 * Network Operations
 * Routing in the IP Core, BGP, MPLS, IPv6
 * Data Center, Switching Technologies, Virtualisation
 * Security, IDS, DoS mitigation
 * Internet Exchange Point, transit & peering
 * Internet of Things
 * ccTLDs, gTLDs IDNs
 * SDN and NFV
 * Content Caching
 * Any case studies or learning related to operational technologies
   that you want to share with the community

Tutorial Proposals: Tutorial proposals are invited in the same general
areas as for the conference.  Please feel free to propose additional
ideas and topics.  Tutorials generally are either 90 or 180 minutes

We are looking forward to welcoming you to SANOG 34 in Colombo, Sri

Thanks and warm regards,

Philip, Tashi and Simon
On behalf of SANOG Programme Committee

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